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THE ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

THE ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

TEE ASWOULTED OHApMEB op - COMEXMROH The delegates attoudisg the. meangs of the Chanbete of Commerce at ?? through the agendapaper yesterday aftemoont and some aab. sequently visited the Cathedral, while othes were taktb on a short trip to Poltinore Parkl. THE CARRIA0. TAX. At th
September 29, 1887 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE DONALDSON PRIZE FUND.

THE DONALDSON PRIZE FUND.

REPORTS OF EXAMINERS. RESULTS OF COMPETITION. The reports of the examiners in ooneetion with the Donaldson Prnze Fund iiompetitions, whicb teo'I place in Marisohal College, Aberdeen, on 3rd Sep, tomber last bave jus-beeta issued, together with the names of the:prlzewlinecrn sn t
September 29, 1887 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE FISH TRADE.

THE FISH TRADE.

ABnI~aER , Thursday.-Seven trawlers arrived at Point Law to-day with a good fishing. None of the line boats were out to-day. The following wero the prices:-Cod, 2s to 4s each ; ing, Is 6d to 2s each; large haddocks, 10e to 15s per box; small do., 60s 3d to 8s per box ; whitings,
September 30, 1887 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.

GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.

GENERAL FoREIGN NEWs THE FRANCO-GERMAN FRONTIER INCIDENT. EXPLANATIONS AND DENIALS. (RsEUTER's TELEGRAMS.) 'Metz, Thursday. -The case of M. Schnaebole, junior, was heard before the Criminal Chamber d of the Provincial Court to-day, when accused E was sentenced to three weeks' imp
September 30, 1887 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Market Intelligence.

Market Intelligence.

MARK-LAS CORy-BXCHASCtB. Friday, Sept 23.—The trade baa been quiet. Fair scppiiM produce wore offering. New York is reported stronger, but hew not much doing. English Wheat in quiet request, at late quotations. Floor dull. Sept. The trade lor Wheat was slow and rather disappoint
September 30, 1887 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BEDiVRDSUIRU. LET, from Michaelmas next, moderate Bene, THE "Wood" and "Highlands" FARMS, Ick well and Nor hill, 4 miles from

BEDiVRDSUIRU. LET, from Michaelmas next, moderate Bene, THE "Wood" and "Highlands" FARMS, Ick well and Nor hill, 4 miles from

Biggloswade, on the Ureal Northern Railway, and 7 miles Bedford. 535 Acres, comprising 150 Acres of very useful Pasture, and the remainder Arable of various quality. Two and Homesteads and One Cottage.—For terms and view apply Me&crs. Condor and Sua, land agents, Biggleswade CRO
September 30, 1887 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
IB THRUST. To SOLO by AUCTION, By ml John Walter, the Bull Hotel, Horncasiie, county of Lincoln, Saturday toe Ist

IB THRUST. To SOLO by AUCTION, By ml John Walter, the Bull Hotel, Horncasiie, county of Lincoln, Saturday toe Ist

of Ootobet, for o'clock the subject conditions sale be there produced, , REVERSIONARY VESTED INTEREST of and Ose-seventb Part the Proceeds of the Sale of ESTATE at East Real, in the County Lincoln, consisting a Farm-house with suitable Buildings, and about 2tt> 10P. excellent Pi
September 30, 1887 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MILS BY, near ALFORD. To SOL© by AUCTION, By Messrs. John and soil, At the Windmill Hotel, Alford, iusaday, llth

MILS BY, near ALFORD. To SOL© by AUCTION, By Messrs. John and soil, At the Windmill Hotel, Alford, iusaday, llth

October, ltifc7, 4 u'dud tire Af teinoon. subject auek will produced at tbe rfIAHiC undermentioned desirable Freehold JL PROPERTY, »t BUtby. IB the county of Lincoln, in the following lots otherwise may ttraa determined. namely— Lot A Dwelling-house, in two Tenements, with the p
September 30, 1887 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LAWFORD'S GATE POLICE COURT.

LAWFORD'S GATE POLICE COURT.

YESTERDAY. Magistrates present—Messrs W. Sommerville, inn. (chairman), W. Smith, and Alfred Robinson. A THOROUGH GOOD HIDING. George Woolfrey, Arthur Jaoobs, Frank Stadden; and Charles Anbury, all boys, were charged with stealing quantity peas, value 10s, the property of the Gre
September 30, 1887 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Yesterday, the son of M. Schnaebele was sentenced by tne German authorities to three weeks' imprisonment, and a fine of

Yesterday, the son of M. Schnaebele was sentenced by tne German authorities to three weeks' imprisonment, and a fine of

20 marks (£1). Proceedings are to taken against the manager and other persona connected with the Opera Comique, Paris, for causing by cnlpable negligence the destruction of the theatre and the deaths of a large number of people. The Hungarian Diet was opened at Pesth, yesterday,
September 30, 1887 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England